Yes, LofE. In a bigger, abstract sense, I guess. I love lolcats bc their popularity says something about several very basic human urges. The urge to congregate around an anthropomorphized creature to reassure ourselves that there is order in our seemingly chaotic world. The urge to laugh at those urges when they become counterproductive, among others urges.
Goodbye "anomie". Hello lolcats "as a symbol of our *Aquarian* society"
As long as there are lolcats and cries of *squee* all around, I can rest assured that my fellow human beings aren't as f**ked up and dangerous as I sometimes think they are
Tiny Mad Kitty just looks like s/he's squinting to me, but the image was obviously worthy of being a proverbial canvas for somebody's
Anyway, I'm trying not to jack your thread. Antisocials probably don't (or rarely) relate to cats this way, right?